Sing for Hope harnesses the power of the arts to create a better world.

Our creative programs bring hope, healing, and connection to millions of people in hospitals, care facilities, schools, refugee camps, transit hubs, and community spaces worldwide. Founded in New York City in 2006, Sing for Hope partners with community-based organizations, mobilizes artists in creative service, and produces artist-designed Sing for Hope Pianos across the US and around the world.

The official Cultural Partner of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, Sing for Hope champions art for all because we believe the arts have an unmatched capacity to uplift, unite, and heal.

Research-based creative performances, workshops, and cultural experiences that promote wellness, connection, and respite in hospitals, vaccination centers, long-term care facilities, hospices, and treatment centers.

Dynamic arts workshops and standards-based curricula that inspire civic action and uplift youth, educators, and local communities.

Creative advocacy, leadership, and program design that drive the integration of the arts in policy and at global convenings on social change.

From the Bronx to Beirut, a global arts initiative that creates artist-designed pianos; places them in parks and public spaces for anyone and everyone to play; then transports and activates them year-round in permanent homes in schools, hospitals, and community-based organizations.

A virtual extension of Sing for Hope’s mission of “art for all,” Open Arts offers live interactive arts programming for isolated seniors and healthcare populations—a COVID-19 initiative that supports communities combating loneliness and isolation while employing artists nationwide.

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